I first came to Segrave & Pocknell at the tender age of 18.
Whilst at that time I still had dreams of becoming the next David Beckham, after having a quick reality check I decided that Accountancy was the career for me. I was fortunate enough to be trained by Colin Pocknell and qualified in 2009. I became a Partner of the firm in 2011.
I am now the client partner and enjoy meeting with all our clients, discussing their needs and understanding their businesses’ ambitions.
On a day to day basis I am engaged by a variety of clients, the majority of which are owner managed businesses in sectors including construction, haulage and freight, manufacturing, healthcare, professional services and business support services. A varied and challenging cross section of work with no two days ever the same, life is certainly never boring.
I am on the committee of the local Chartered Institute of Tax and an active member of many local networking groups.
When I have some spare time, I like to head to my local golf club and work on lowering my handicap! I also thoroughly enjoy a holiday (I guess the clue is in the surname) I think it is important to have a change of scenery and explore the world.